Build Out Line Explained

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Sep 7, 2017 - BOL only impacts these three situations: Goalkeeper putting ball into play after possessing in hands s Offside. Build-Out Line. US Soccer PDI Mandate impact (9U/1 OU and 11 U/12U Matches). • Player Development initiative (1-Aug-. 2017). • Goalkeeper punts are now NOT allowed in 9UlOU and 11 U/12U.

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Feb 25, 2017 - For example, a goal kick or the goalkeeper making a save and bringing the ball back into play via a distribution by throwing the ball, rolling the ball, or making a foot pass on the ground. 2. The opposing team may cross the build out